Oculus @ The Game Awards 2020

Oculus Blog
December 10, 2020

We hope you were able to catch all the action at The Game Awards tonight. For those who weren’t able to tune in, here’s a recap of today’s Oculus news:

Myst Launch

Beloved PC puzzler Myst launched today on the Oculus Quest Platform. With new art, sound, interactions, and even optional puzzle randomization, the highly anticipated Myst VR experience has finally arrived. During The Game Awards, we shared the launch trailer and a special intro from Myst creator Rand Miller. Take a look.

Medal of Honor: Above and Beyond Now Available

Surprise! Medal of Honor: Above and Beyond is now available on the Rift Platform, and we just pulled back the curtain on its riveting launch trailer. Click here to see the full version, or watch the 60-second cut below.

A deep single-player campaign takes you through historic events on land, air, and sea: sabotaging Nazi bases, aiding the French Resistance, and fighting in the biggest moments of World War II. You can hone your skills in challenging combat exercises, go deeper into the history with award-winning short films created just for the game, and test yourself against your fellow soldiers in explosive, fast-paced multiplayer matches. And it’s playable on Quest with Oculus Link.

What was your favorite moment from The Game Awards 2020? Let us know in the comments.